The former Giant, who was picked 29th overall at the 2013 National Draft, has played 135 AFL games since debuting during the 2014 season.
Lobb has reached unprecedented heights this season, averaging a career-high 1.9 goals per game and having already achieved his highest goal tally in a season (30) in just 16 matches, topping his next best season total (29) from 24 games in 2016.
With numerous Victorian clubs said to be preparing to make a play for Lobb this off-season, we examine five potential landing spots for the 29-year-old.
1. Western Bulldogs
It would appear the Bulldogs are keen on Lobb for the purposes of strengthening their forward stocks (which include Aaron Naughton and Josh Bruce), as well as assisting fellow ruck-forward, Tim English, who recently penned a contract extension to remain at The Kennel.
Along with his goal-kicking abilities and high-marking tendencies, Lobb is also more than capable of playing the ruck position, as he has demonstrated many a time in Giants and Dockers colours.
With 35-year-old Stefan Martin less than likely to be a Bulldog beyond this year due to his age and unrestricted free agent status, Lobb seems like a more-than-sensible option for the Dogs' list management brain trust.